NRL

Cowboys edge Raiders 26-24

Cowboys edge Raiders 26-24

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Sunday 25/04/2021
[Image: NRL.com]

The North Queensland Cowboys edged the Canberra Raiders 26-24 in a thrilling comeback in the NRL last night. Both teams scored four tries each but the difference came from the boots of Valentine Holmes converting a penalty in the 69th minute of the game. Kyle Feldt, Ben Condon, Reece Robson and Justin O'Neill scored a try each for the Cowboys.

The Raiders were leading 24-12 at the break.

In another match, the Bulldogs beat the Sharks 18-12.

The Wests Tigers will face the Sea Eagles at 3.45 this afternoon, the Roosters will play the Dragons at 6.05 tonight and the Storm will take on the Warriors at 8.15 tonight.





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